Unbeaten Ebanie Bridges will take part in a make or break fight on Saturday night at Wembley Arena, when she faces Shannon Courtenay for the WBA bantamweight title.
Bridges has more than her fair share of critics, who believes she's nothing more than looks.
She's not afraid to flaunt her looks and show off her figure, on social media and at weigh-ins.
Because of that, there is more footage and photos found online of Bridges in bikinis than there are of her actual fights.
Beating Courtenay and capturing the WBA title will cement her status as a legitimate fighter.
"I am stereotyped for my looks - 'pretty girls can't box and pretty girls aren't smart'," Bridges said to Sky Sports.
"It's got nothing to do with my record because there's plenty of girls with more fights than me. The difference? It's the way I look. Let's be real. If I wore what everyone else wore, people wouldn't be interested. I'd just be another fight. Whatever.
"I'm trying to bring more eyes to the sport. You can criticize me as much as you like. But if I looked plain then you wouldn't even know this fight was happening. People will tune in to see if this girl wearing lingerie can actually fight, or is she just a model? The thing is; me and Shannon can really fight.
"If people had my body and my confidence then they would do it, but people are too scared of being judged. As a bodybuilder I stood on stage in a bikini flexing my body. I love it. I don't care what people think. Doing weigh-ins is showing off my hard work. It's something I enjoy. I make it a thing where my fans can interact with me. This is an entertainment business. This is something different that others aren't doing. Why do I need to be the same as everyone else? Everyone wears underwear at weigh-ins. Do you want me to wear a paper bag?"